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Academic Projects in EU Criminal Law

University of Catania


The project RECOVER aims to improve the implementation of the Regulation no. 1805/2018 (REG) on the mutual recognition of freezing and confiscation orders, as fundamental tool of cooperation in the fight against organized and economic crime. RECOVER is the first impact assessment of the REG from the substantial criminal law view point. It creates a network of Prosecutors, Judicial and...
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Prof. K. Ligeti (University of Luxembourg)

Prevention and Settlement of Conflicts of Exercise of Jurisdiction in Criminal Law

Background information As cross-border crime grows, international and transnational criminal justice is often confronted with situations where various States have legitimate jurisdiction over...
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Ecorys NL

Study on minimum sanctions in the EU Member States

Minimum sanctions are understood as minimum levels of fines and imprisonment that should be imposed by a court when a person is held liable for a criminal offence. The study is concentrating on...
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Prof. Anne Weyembergh

The European Added Value of Revising the European Arrest Warrant

On 17 June 2013, the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) requested a European Added Value Assessment (EAVA) to support its work on the legislative initiative report of...
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Prof. Robert Kert and Dr. Andrea Lenher

Study on penalties in drug trafficking cases

A comparative study on penalties in drug trafficking cases.
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Evaluation of the Legal Framework Applicable to Combating Terrorism in the EU Member States

The objectives of this study are to provide the Commission with: (1) Updated information on the legally binding rules adopted by the Member States to fight against "public provocation to commit...
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University of Insubria

Training action for legal practitioners: fundamental rights, European Union and judicial cooperation in criminal matters between law and language

Aims of the project : 1) to promote the mutual knowledge of Member State’s legal and judicial systems and the Developing of a European judicial culture; 2) to increase the knowledge amongst legal...
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